All times listed are Eastern, local to New York
Tuesday, July 8
WNBA Reading and Learning Center Event
The WNBA, the New York Liberty, Home Depot, Dell, LeapFrog, Reading is Fundamental (RIF) and Scholastic Inc. are teaming up to create the New York Liberty Reading and Learning Center at the YMCA of Yonkers.
Project includes a Reading and Learning Center, a Technology Lab, and a book and resource donation.
The event is part of the WNBA Read to Achieve program.
Wednesday, July 9
WNBA Breast Health Auction (runs through July 23)
Log on to WNBA.com to bid.
Proceeds benefit the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.
Thursday, July 10
WNBA All-Star Symposium: "Mixed Messages: Female Athletes and the Media"
Symposium will focus on how female athletes are portrayed in the media.
Panelists include: Christine Brennan (USA Today columnist & author of Inside Edge), Lucy Danzinger (SELF Editor-in-Chief), Gary Hoenig (ESPN The Magazine Editor-in-Chief), Lisa Leslie (Sparks center & 2002 WNBA Finals MVP), Atoosa Rubenstein (CosmoGIRL! Editor-in-Chief) and Dana Wade (President of Spike DDB, Spike Lee's advertising agency).
The invitation-only event will take place at the Museum of Television & Radio.
Friday, July 11
WNBA All-Star Practice
Special guests and over 500 young fans from community groups throughout the New York area will watch their favorite women’s basketball stars practice for the 2003 WNBA All-Star Game.
The New York City Council Women’s Caucus will issue a proclamation honoring the WNBA and the 2003 All-Star Game on center court.
Saturday, July 12
WNBA 35th Street Jam at Macy’s Herald Square
10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
New York City at 35th Street between Broadway and 7th Avenue (ENTER AT 7th AVE.)
Take part in the WNBA's All-Star street fair with interactive contests and activities.
Free and open to the public! Learn more about 35th Street Jam.
3:30 p.m. - 4 p.m. on ESPN2
WNBA All-Star Game
4 p.m. on ABC
Live from Madison Square Garden in New York City